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Northeast Ohio DUI/OVI check points for the weekend of August 13-15

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The weekend is upon us at last, and I know the foodies in Cleveland will be out at the Feast of the assumption in Little Italy.

But before you go out and paint the town whatever color it is you like, make sure you’re driving safe. First, remember that parties attract cops; it’s just the way things are. So know that the police will be keeping an eye on the feast. Beyond that, here’s our weekly list of check points in the Northeast Ohio area. As always, drop me an e-mail or comment below if your area isn’t on here.

Be safe.

Northeast Ohio check points for August 13-15:

Cleveland Heights: This is not official, but they are discussing options for a safer Feast of the assumption event this weekend. Either way, they will have an increased force out.

On the lookout:

Akron/Summit County: We left a message with the Sherriff’s Department on this matter and will update you as soon as we hear back.

Cleveland: The city of Cleveland has a checkpoint scheduled for the 28th of August at 54th and Dennison.

Lakewood: The city of Lakewood never runs a check point, but they work with the Ohio Highway Patrol. When the patrol runs one, they will give you information that day if you call 1-877-772-8765.

The following areas will NOT be having a check point:

Garfield Heights
Maple Heights
Mayfield Heights
Shaker Heights
South Euclid
University Heights

Need more information about DUI/OVI in Ohio? Feel free to comment on any of my blogs or contact me at briantaubman[at]Taubmanlaw.net. You can also find out more about our DUI/OVI practice at CuyahogaCountyDUI.com.

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  1. Brian,

    These are great. Please keep doing this for me, it’s nice to know for every weekend.

    Question about DUI: Can a cop do anything if you blow right below the legal limit, like a .78 or something? I’ve always wondered if they can strongly ‘suggest’ you pull over at that point.

  2. Hey Doug,

    The answer to your question will be addressed in a later blog post, because that’s something people have asked me before. For now, shoot me an email (briantaubman[at]Taubmanlaw) and I can give you the 30-second overview.

    Thanks for reading.

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